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FRIDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS NOVEMBER 14, 1919.
PUBLIC'S GOOD STANDS ABOVE RIGHTS OF FEW RADICAL HAND SEEN BACK. OF SCHOOL STRIKE BOOM COOLIDGE, ENEMY OF RADICALS, ' FOR VICE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE DOLLS One lot of $1.00 . Dolk each TTCn SHODDY ADEPT. STOEE Corner Seventh Avenue and Twelfth Street, Rock Island CHILDREN'S COMFORT SLIPPERS Dnvs and $1.75 comfort slippers, per pair $139" If. B. Colver Gives Dissertation to Coffee Roasters oa Datiea f of CRIaenshlp. Ckfcag. Priaefpal Finds Erideoee 5SM 49c L to CoMfim Ela SisalcJoit -, of Prspngnnsa. AtlanUe City, N. J, Nov. 14. Or ganization ot groups of men for mutual benefit are proper and to be encouraged up to the point . where Buch organizations interfere with' the general welfare and public in terests, William B. Colver of the federal trade commission, told the National Coffee Roasters' associa tion meeting here today. "Individual liberty is only to be enjoyed up to the point where it encroaches upon the liberty ot others," the speaker said., "All rights yield to the one dominant right that of the general welfare. "Labor was encouraged to organ ize by trades and crafts in the com mon interests of the wage earner. As in the case of organized capital there can be no objection to the mere size of such combinations un less the general welfare, the public Interest is threatened." ' Pointing out that during he war each citizen stood ready to con tribute his all to the common came, Mr. Clover deprecated the present day drift toward civil war between employers and employes, and to guerilla warfare between produc ers and consumers. ,. He concluded with an attack on the business methods of the "Big Five" meat packers, warning his audience that there - were indica tions that some of the Chicago packers intended to include the cof fee business in the long list of their subsidiary activities In the near future. TAKE INTEREST IN THRIFT WEEK MOVER LAUD Treasury Department Announces Campaign for Saving; to Be Started Jan. 17. J lr I : Jk fj & Governor end Mrs. Calvia Coolidge. Washington, Nov. 14. Efforts by the treasury department to start the country off in the new year on the program of thrift through . the observance ot national thrift week, beginning Jap. 17, are meeting with keen interest throughout the United States, treasury officials said today. An effort will be made during the drive to impress upon the people the importance of holding financial gains made through the purchase of thrift stamps and Liberty bonds during the war. National thrift week program has tentatively arranged at present des ignated Saturday, Jan. 17,' as Na tional Thrift day; Sunday, Jan. 18, as Thrift Sunday; Monday, Jan. 13, National Life Insurance day; Tues day, Jan. 20. Own Your Own Home day; Wednesday, Jan. 21, Make-Your-Will day; Tuesday, Jan. 22, Thrift In Industry day; Friday, Jan. 23, Family Budget day, and Saturday, Jan, 24, as Pay Your Bills day. Boston, (Special) As a sequel to his victory in one ot the great est landslides ever known in this .state, friends ot Governor Calvin Coolidge, who defeated Richard H. Long, his Democratic opponent, by 125,000 votes in the . recent elec tion, are preparing to start for him a campaign for the Republican nomination for vice - president of the United States. The credit that is given the gov ernor throughout the country be cause of Shis defiance of the radi cals, all ot whom fought tooth and nail to bring about his defeat, is not to be overlooked. His friends say he has become a national fig ure of no small proportions. The point ot interest In this con nection Is the exchange, ot -telegrams between John King, a prom inent Connecticut Republican, and Louis K. Liggett of Boston. . Mr. King wired: We have elected the next governor of Connecticut as mayor of Bridgeport by 2,000- ma pority." Mr. Liggett Immeditely tele graphed back, saying, "We have elected the next president of the United States by more than 100, 000." It is felt, however, that boosting Mr. Coolidge for the presidency at once is going too far, owing to his lack of experience at Washington, though his record in his climb to the governorship In Massachusetts is brilliant - The first woman pastor of any Southern Methodist church in Mis- , aourl is Miss Josie Smart, a Kan sas City Bible Training school graduate, who has received official appointment as pastor of churches in the neighboring towns ot Bragg City and Arbyrd. In Greenland it is an accepted fact In social philosophy that a woman's "no" means "yes." The priest calls upon the young woman and pleads the cause of her. lover, assuring her that be is a good man, that he catches many seals, etc. It la the custom for the woman to re- - Ject all proposals at first, but 'to yield an unwilling assent If she remains obdurate, however, the priest mentions that It is a matter of no consequence, as there are numerous other young women who would be glad of the chance, which remark seldom fails to bring an ac ceptance of the marriage proposal. T R A VELET T,E !". By Niksan. '" ' " ,, Romany Marie's Is In Greenwich Village, but there are no directions for finding It The streets down there become as erratic as the vil lagers, and ramble about at will. Eleventh street crosses Fourth In one place an acrobatic feat wor thy of a Boston street But If you wait until every other wierd little eating place is closed,' and all the quaint brightly curtained windows are dim, and then go down a street near Sheridan square, you will come to Romany Marie's. It would be even better if you could find It at dinner time, for strange and de liciously cooked Rumanian dishes are served to the lucky few who discover this place. The small room Is furnished with a few bare wooden tables and benches, and dimly lighted by can dles. There are samples of Ru manian crafts hanging on the walls. Marie herself, flapping in and out in straw - slippers and a sort ot ! nondescript costume, takes your order, cooks your food, and serves it. It is a place to go if you like long, talky meals, or a place to go if you want to feel out of the world and alone. - It is pleasant to linger over your coffee and cigaret in a dim corner at Romany . Marie's, to remember Advance in Price on Apex Electric Suction Sweepers Effective Mondav, November. 17, $52.50. Present price, $45.00 A' small deposit will hold cleaner for future delivery. Monthly terms if desired. .. Leithner 0 Weishar ' ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Phone R. I. .IS90- ;. i8t Third Avenue deliciously the dinner yon have lust eaten, and to watch. Idly the shadowy groups at other tables, looking In the simplifying yellow candle light like charcoal draw ings.: . V' : ' . i You realize then -that Romany Marie is not the least Important artist In Greenwich Village. She is one of the most important when It cornea to creating atmosphere and things to eat The lot of the young wife in In dia is in many respects an irk some one. In certain parts of the country it is a common custom that a young wife, living, as she dpes, in a Joint family of 10 or 20 members, must never- show her face to her husband's father, un cles, or older brothers, or talk with them. . ' Chicago, " Nov. 14. Bolshevists and reds have found i fertile Held for their propaganda among Chi cago high school atndenta and have recruited- some faculty members, according to a charge made today i by Dr. William J. Bartholf, princi pal ot .Crane Technical high school and college. In discussing the sus pension of two seniors of that in stitution. The youths, Alfred Struve, 20, son of a naturalized German, and Jacob Backs, whose father la a naturalised Russian, re fused to observe the minute of al ienee in honor of soldier dead on armlsUce day. , Acknowledge K. Goverameat "The statements of both stu dents convince me that they have been tutored by radical leaders" Dr. Bartholf said. ' "They declared they acknowledged no government would not . stand for the national anthem and professed religious be-' tiers tnat are astounding." The attention of federal authori ties has been (Jailed to the case. CUT OUR WAGES IF , YOU MUST BUT OUR MUSTACHE NEVER Faris (By the Associated Press.) Waiters in seven or eight of the largest cafe on the Paris boule vards have been stirred to angry protest by orders to shave their mustaches or quit. One of the bitterest grievances the waiters had when they .went on etrike last April was the edict of the employers to the effect that waiters must sacrifice their mus taches. The waiters triumphed and. the employers agreed they should be permitted to adorn their visages as they pleased. Now an attempt to revive the ban on mus taches has roused their indigna tion. "The waiters are sufficiently hu miliated to nave to earn their -living by extending their hands to receive what often prove to be a ridiculous tip, without being forc ed to forego one of the privileges of manhood," said the secretary of the union. "Really, the ferocious employers know little about psy chology. Should they maintain this iniquitous measure destined solely to give their staff a servile appear ance toward the customer, they are picking out a poor time for it Whether through snobbishness or in the hope of appearing original, customers choose to make their faces as glabrous and depilated as that of the Americans or aim to copy the two commas on the upper lip of a well-known moving picture actor; that Is their business. We must Insist that the conventions entered into at the time of the strike be respected, that the mus tache has always been In vogue in France and to suppress it is an Indignity and diminishes the mor ale value and patriotism of the personnel of the cafes." Some of the nations have odd legends as to the origin ot wo men. The Japanese believe that she grew on a tree; the Lapland ers that she was once a rabbit; the Persiana that she fell from the heavens, and the Australian ) na tives tnat sne was once a uwo. SNYDER'S CASH & CARRY GROCERY 1521' SECOND AVENUE, ROCK ISLAND Our Motto: Better Quality Goods. Lower - . : .' Prices: , -. Notice We sell 25c worth of sugar, with a $2 or- der, or 1 pound with each dollar you spends- SOAP, . ' OR- NAVY BEANS "I t Lenox, 7 bars ......MOV, per lb ....XXV MILK, 4 9K LIMA BEANS, ' 1 J?n 2 tall cans . . . . . . .... AOS' per n .......... .1 . . IDC CORN FLAKES. . -1 A AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE per pkg J-VV fl0r," - r per pkg i-.-.Wv SYRUP, Karo or . I QQa ' Hnblnger, gallon MrLk, Hebe, oats. or- ,maU can 2 .mall pkg, ...T..,.OC puMpKiNj 4. OATS; , ' OA Quart can MMi, bulk, 3 lbs for . . . ... .VV 1 . i. . .... broom, rq KRATJT. I ? "' 1 K at '( quart can, only ...... XJC ' SWEET PICKLES, PEACHES, , I Qa large Jar quart, can, only .....X7v , ISS-MMt fife.. S3.39 RED BEANS . " 1 Aa FLOUR, Goldrlm, Gold Med- per can ;.XUv al, at -, &9 ETQ 1 1 1 1 '. per sack: ... I . . 50.U7 BROWN BEAUTY oc - 1 BEANS, 2 can. Spaghetti, macaroni or. noo- I rr.'"...25c w 8c f:....:., .....25c 5i?j.59c. . - 1 - t SHOP SATURDAY MORNING TO AVOID THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING RUSH mldDimdl ay aimdl TTonesdlsiy Gloves Knit Wool Flannel ' Felt Children's Chamoi- Tennis Men'a 20c Tams ' Blankets Gowns House Sleepers sette Flannel . flannel $1,75 knit $9.00 full size Ladlea 2.M Slippers Flannel sleep. ow9 ttit Snnwiaj. glovea,' tams, v . wool blanket, flannel gowns, LaiB' ttBQ . en,$U9 Regular ILSS : per Zpalra ; eacb . .per pair each .Upprlpalr " value., Jate ' yd . 25c ; $1.491 6o9Sl 1,951 98c 98c 69c 23c ' SWEATERS Boys and girls' coats or slip over sweaters, special Men's $2.75 heavy all colors; special at ....... Ladies' $10.00 all coats or slip over sweaters, special $1.75 'sweater at . $1.19 sweater coats, ... $1.95 wool sweater at $7.95 SPECIAL 3 DAY SALE OF UNDERWEAR Men's $2.50 heavy fleece, lined unionsuits, . per suit $1.79 Ladies' $1.75 unionsuits all styles, per suit $1.29 Ladies' heavy fleece lined vests or pants, per rt f ytgannent ; Bovs' and girls' - heavj ribbed unionsuits, $1.25 values, per suit 79c COATS AMP J PRESSES SSBBBBPHSlMBllaBBBaaBSSaBBBBaBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBWBBHSJJSnSB Every coat and dress in our stock has been reduced for this special 3-day sale. Lad ies Vnisses and children's coats and dresses can be bought at a saving of ' oto SUITS AMP iVaACEUNA'lVS Your choice of any suit or mackinaw in our stock at i v xTV yiwf DRESS SHIRTS Men's $XM and JSJOS aurta, pedal mm QC for S days at ..vloeFJ Ken's areas ahtrts, vnlnea p to $100, nearly all data, , QP. while they last MMMi..efaC Hen'a $10.00 silk tttrU, apaeial tor three days f QC( SPECIAL 3 DAY. k ' SALE OF ; FOOTWEAR T Men's shoes, values up V to $5.50, per pair $3.95 - I ; ' Ladies' shoes, values up to $6.50, per pair , $4.95 :Boys' and girls' shoes, : values up to $4, per pair $2.95 Children's shoes, values up to $3.50, per pair '. $2145 Winter - Caps : Men's and boys' $1.50 winter caps, each 95c Mittens Men 25o heavy tub mltta, per pair 19c Corduroy ; PanU Hen's $6.00 " corduroy pants, per ; pair $4.95 Flannel Night Shirts Boya' $1.75 night shirts. each $1.39 ; Work, Shirts Men's $1.60 ' blue work shirts, each 95c Sheep Lined Coats Men's $18 cor duroy, sheep lined coats at $1395 Flannel Shirts Men's $160 flannel ahirta, each S1.95 Winter Caps Men'a and boya' $100 winter caps. 5K69 Call R. L 443 or 444 Telepheee Orders Given Special AUeatien. Free Delivery UDepii Spcdala for Satarday, Xonday and Taeslay. Read Every I team. Itrnya : KARO SYRUP A gallon - QC'r 16 lb., can dark 00 c FLOCK Wo still have a few barrels at the old price of our own .. ; . Happy Hour Flour While it lasts you can 9 OC have a sack tor 0JJ Or 4 sacka for ........ ..$12 Delivered Into 1 your kitchen. Absolutely guaranteed aa fine a flour aa you hav. ever used or money refunded. " t - - - PECO 5OT sweet, clean, delicious nut butterlne. Made ot nothing but the oils of peanuts and cocoa nuts. W. are the' agents for Rock island.. S lba. $1.00, 1 lb. ..09C 33c Franes, e lbs. Balk Seedless Raisins Ol" ( fresh, clean) a lb.... fcJC CASHED FBUTTS Large cans finest sliced Peaches anc:......:.t.:.:..48c - A dozen cans $5.40 Large can Brady sliced .f O Pineapples In syrup, can .OOC ''A dozen cans $8.36 Large cans Apricots, (extra fancy) in syrup, a can A dozen cans $6.00 ' ' . Large cans good standard Ap ricots or Peaches, ' a can ....... ......... ..'' A dozen cans $3.85 We are at yoar service. .Every artide we sell mat be right or we wOl stake It right. Seel 55c :18c 42c tie pkg. Dutch Brady Spedsl Ceffee, lb. BUY AT HOME You owe it to yourself as well as to the community you lire in. Don't think for one moment you can save money by catalog buying. Iking us your list and we will show you. Our rale is special price in quantities always, and we are right here to right all wrongs. Think it over before sending your hard earned money to catalog houses. SWEET POTATOES Fine eating, very eco nomical, healthy and nutritious, ; k Ofi 6 lbs. for A bu. 50 lbs, for .$1.99 $1.45 MAPLE 8TBCP Tabl. alse Log . OA- Cabin, a can ......... ...OiJQ Medium Log Cabin. . 7C a can .ivv Large can Log Cabin, a can ... Maple flavor Syrup, Jg- 2 pint bottles for .......Wv SORGHUM 2 lb. can Jones ' OA county f or si!F C 6 lb. can Jones : " CC county for ,....tfJC 10 lb. can Jones county for ...... A Mason pint Jar 9Q Borghnm faJC 3 Cans 42c "Or $19 Dozen Big 'Slpux Sweet Corn Wisconsin Beauty Peas . Bethel Hetghta Tomatoes $1.05 14c . mili: Hebe Milk Products, large can A doten cans $1.65 Dunde. Milk, thTM C- lug. cans OLE A dozen cans $1J RICE New stock, clean and white, 2 lbs. 29 C " SOAP and POWDERS " Large pkga. Sea C Foam, each V.......3C Sanl Flush, ,- t cans ...... Large 10c pkgs. Hippo fowaer, eacb Magic White Soap (reg. 9c bar) B.bars .:.'L..45c 5c 34c OUR CLUB PEAS 1 Everybody knows their quality, special, , 17 scan .........LIC - A dozen cana $2.00 f GOLDEX SLIPPER PE. Sweetest Peaa grown, special, a can A dozen cana Both 2 doaen to the FRUITS and TEGETAB Nice Grapefruit, . each Fancy Tokay Q rapes, a lb. Extra fancy Jonathan Apples, 5 lbs Good Cooking Appli 4 lbs. Pop Corn that pops, 5 lbs. Fancy Celery, sulk AS 18c $2.00 t . RES ....8c il6c l..28c ...19c .:v:...4c HARDWARE: A aiuvc ruuan Choice any stove polish, liquid or paste, Qc 85c brass King waah- CO board, S days only . . . ... .vIFC Best granite Pudding Pans (will not chip) while they , f A. last, each .....WC WETTER HERDS ; Fir. Shovels, , fiti up from v-., . . ...... JyC: up from ...40c Store P? and 7 In. ' up from ElbowatoSt. OCj. up front 4......k......40Ci Furnace Showels, (good, strong tooU) .,f. nt1 17 each .....i. .......... . Store Boards, ; ; , fl 7C: up from ...'........eHela Roasters tor that gooes or tur-' key. up, , 110 from ..J.i-..-.;.'...lle?J Dampers flt iflsid. (4 1C- i pipe) each .........:..;.-, Padlocks jup ; , : from if. ......... Sj. Lanterns' , . CQ : up from Galvanized washtubs. Buy one now. We are overstocked w will deduct one-fifth ot the price which la already below the pr rat market price. Remember, iJiE-FIFTH OFF FRlR'?." v Blu. Crosa Toilet Paper. The finest, softest most sanitary and soluble paper made. Buy $1.00 worth groceries or hardware and we. will give you one roll ab ., ; FREE . Regular prlc Blue Cross Toilet Paper is three tolls tor 60c, PL f